Tickmate 1-Bit Journal for iOS Released

My latest app has been released! Tickmate allows you to track any daily occurrences. It is a is a 1-bit journal, meaning each day is either ticked or not. You can track anything from habits you wish to build or break to how often you wash your hair. Tickmate for iOS was inspired by lordi/tickmate for Android.Continue reading “Tickmate 1-Bit Journal for iOS Released”

WebDAV Swift Released

WebDAV Swift is a Swift library for communicating with WebDAV servers such as Nextcloud. Version 2.2.0 has released which brings it to a point where I feel like it is ready to be shared. Features Create, read, update, and delete files Image thumbnail fetching from Nextcloud servers Multi-level memory and disk cache for images andContinue reading “WebDAV Swift Released”

Character Tracker v1.2 with mod tracking and QR code scanning

My Character Tracker for Skyrim app has been updated to v1.2. This is a very important update to me as it adds tracking for mods and DLC, a feature I’ve been hoping to implement from the start. It’s now not only a character tracker, but a mod tracker too! While the original app was buildContinue reading “Character Tracker v1.2 with mod tracking and QR code scanning”

Fistful Food Tracker released

Fistful Food Tracker is for people with avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID), picky eating habits, or any other reason for under-eating. Track food portions in fists instead of calories. Calorie counting takes time out of your day and can be stressful trying to get the numbers right. This is my first app built using SwiftUI.Continue reading “Fistful Food Tracker released”

Character Tracker for Skyrim released

Character Tracker is an idea I’ve had for a long time. I originally started making it as a PHP web app, then tried making a desktop app in C++, but neither of those implementations were satisfactory to me. Now that I know Swift and iOS development, making a mobile app felt right for the project.Continue reading “Character Tracker for Skyrim released”